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David Rosenboom, J.B. Floyd, Trichy Sankaran

Suitable For Framing

Label: Mutable Music

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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Reissue of this obscure Canadian album from 1975, originally issued on the A.R.C. Record label, with extended mixes and bonus material from the same period. Performed by David Rosenboom and J. B. Floyd (pianos, one in each channel) & Trichy Sankaran on South Indian percussion (mrdangam and kanjira). On April 19th, 1975, at Northern Illinois University, three musicians met in a milestone event from which emerged a unique, improvising trio with two pianos and South Indian percussion. Fortunately, it was recorded and excerpts released on a long out of print LP. This CD recaptures the essence of the entire evening of musical discovery with previously unreleased music recovered from digitally reprocessed tapes recently discovered in diverse states of preservation.

Cat. number: 17517-2
Year: 2005
Recorded live on April 19th, 1975, at Northern Illinois University. Remixed at Sound Market Recording, Chicago. Remastered at California Institute Of The Arts, developed with partial assistance from the George and MaryLou Boone Fund For Artistic Advancement. Digitally transfered of a eight-track master tape at SoundByte Productions, Inc., New York. Patterns For London (1972), The Seduction Of Sapientia (1975), Is Art Is (1974), and Continental Divide (1964) Copyright © David Rosenboom. 19IV75 (1975) Copyright © David Rosenboom and J.B. Floyd. Published by David Rosenboom Publishing (BMI). Mrdangam Solo (1975) Copyright © Trichy Sankaran.